Law Can Make It Respectable!
Deadwood's third season was its last!
On May 13, 2006, HBO confirmed that it
will not pick up the options of the actors, which expired on June 11,
Though a major campaign was launched by
viewers as soon as the first news of non-renewal hit the airwaves, HBO
said it made its final decision.
In the meantime, HBO and the creator of
Deadwood series, David Milch, have agreed to two 2-hour movies
that will replace the fourth season.
While the ending of Deadwood will be a
sad state of affairs for this household, and I can't imagine
Bullock being anyone other than
by someone other than Ian McShane, and so on, the series
has already lasted almost as long as the
Deadwood gold rush.
So, we enjoy while we can, buy the
videos, and hope that HBO or someone else comes up with something just
After all, there are all kinds of tales
yet to be told about the
Shoot, the best idea would be to have a
sequel - which would be mighty easy if they [HBO] (or someone else)
would move on to the
mining rush. Back in those days, people, and especially miners, were
extremely transient, and it was no exception in Deadwood.
Leadville strike was made, hundred of miners quickly fled Deadwood
for new potential in Leadville.
And, Leadville had all the flair, flamboyance, and violence as did
Complete with the rags to riches fortune of the
Holliday as a resident, an ex- Tombstone
character or two trying to shake up new gunfights, many of those same
characters were there as well, including
Billy Nuttall, and
Jack Langrishe. Here's a catchy title -
Deadville to Leadville!